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06/30/2022 - Faculty and Staff

Stranger Things: Hugo Burnham on the Return of the Retro

When it comes to pop culture, everything old seems to be new again. From Top Gun: Maverick to the Rolling Stones on tour again, we chatted with Endicott Professor Hugo Burnham to understand this phenomenon more.
06/16/2022 - Faculty and Staff

What They’re Reading

Looking for a good book this summer? We asked some of Endicott’s top faculty members to share what’s on their summer reading lists.
05/11/2022 - Faculty and Staff

Inaugural Tadler Center Fellowship Awarded to Elizabeth Matelski

Associate Professor of History Elizabeth Matelski has been named the recipient of the inaugural Tadler Center Fellowship.
04/21/2022 - Faculty and Staff

In and Out of the Political Spotlight

Donor Experience Officer Donald Stokes already boasts a storied career, including stints with Cory Booker and Joe Biden. And he’s just getting started.
04/11/2022 - Faculty and Staff

Back from the Tour

Assistant Professor of Experiential Learning Hugo Burnham is back from a 4-week tour with the band Gang of Four. We caught up with him to hear about the tour, and what’s next for the seminal band and his students.
03/30/2022 - Faculty and Staff

Shawn Medeiros Wins Irving T. Marsh Award for Athletic Communications

Shawn Medeiros, Endicott’s Director of Sports Information, has been selected as this year’s Irving T. Marsh Award winner by the Eastern Athletic Communications Association.
03/15/2022 - Campus Happenings

Celebrating Women’s History Month with Two Capstone Events

Two upcoming events—Women of Impact and Who Runs the World? Girls!—aim to inspire, empower women on campus.
03/10/2022 - Faculty and Staff

Endicott Faculty Parse Russia-Ukraine Conflict

From nuclear fears to the psychological trauma of refugees, a faculty panel offered sobering perspectives on the current conflict between Russia and Ukraine.
03/03/2022 - College News

Charlotte Gordon on Writing, Teaching, and the Perseverance of Women

Charlotte Gordon, author and Distinguished Professor of English at Endicott, discusses her new book on Mary Shelley and the hardships of women—then, and now.
02/09/2022 - Students

Endicott Community Comes Together to Talk Diversity, Belonging

After the murder of George Floyd in 2020, Vice President and Chief Diversity Officer Brandi Johnson and Gail Cantor, Director of Spiritual Life and co-chair of the DEIB Task Force, knew they needed to create spaces for students, staff, and faculty to have deep discussions on belonging.
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